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Anatomical variations of meandering main pancreatic duct as seen on magnetic resonance images.

By Wataru Gonoi (156353), Hiroyuki Akai (321585), Kazuchika Hagiwara (321588), Masaaki Akahane (321590), Naoto Hayashi (321592), Eriko Maeda (321594), Takeharu Yoshikawa (321596), Shigeru Kiryu (321598), Minoru Tada (321600), Kansei Uno (321601), Hiroshi Ohtsu (321603), Naoki Okura (321605), Kazuhiko Koike (135022) and Kuni Ohtomo (321606)


<p>(A) Normal type on a magnetic resonance cholangiopancreatography (MRCP) image, (B) loop type on an MRCP image, (C and D) reverse-Z type on MRCP images. The white arrow on subfigures (B, C, D) indicates an abnormally curved section of the main pancreatic duct in the head of pancreas.</p

Topics: Cell Biology, Physiology, Chemistry, variations, meandering, pancreatic, duct, seen, resonance
Year: 2013
DOI identifier: 10.1371/journal.pone.0037652.g002
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